Beer love: discovering Italy’s craft breweries

Italy is known for its craft beers as well as its wines

Italy is known for its craft beers as well as its wines

When one thinks of the most popular drink in Italy, wine comes immediately to mind – from the famous reds of the Chianti region to the bubbles of Prosecco the choices are endless. In the past decade, however, another kind of drink has become more and more important, conquering the hearts of Italians young and old alike and becoming a staple not only during the summer: beer in general, and craft beer in particular, are now so popular that breweries and brew pubs are a sought after...

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